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    Can you read my handwriting?

    Hi, This is just a quick post asking whether my handwriting in Russian is easy for you to read. It isn't fully cursive, as I find some of the cursive letters hard to distinguish between, but I'm trying to still stick to mostly cursive writing. Sorry that the picture is in poor quality, I don't have a camera and had to use my laptop :P
    (The dialogue is just from a textbook I am using, so as long as you can understand it don't worry too much about what I've written.)
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    Your handwriting is very clear and easy to read.
    Контекст - (от лат. contextus - соединение - связь), относительно законченный отрывок письменной или устной речи (текста), в пределах которого наиболее точно выявляется значение отдельных входящих в него слов, выражений и т. п.

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    Indeed, most Russians write worse (not speaking about doctors).
    Just remembered the good joke about Englishmen and handwriting

    *БАЯН*Мы - люди, а остальные...)) - ЯПлакалъ
    "Невозможно передать смысл иностранной фразы, не разрушив при этом её первоначальную структуру."

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    We do not use «» in handwriting. We use „” instead:

    Please correct my English

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmixiv View Post
    Indeed, most Russians write worse (not speaking about doctors).
    Just remembered the good joke about Englishmen and handwriting

    *БАЯН*Мы - люди, а остальные...)) - ЯПлакалъ
    I don't know it, although I am Scottish, so that might be why :P What is it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soft sign

    We do not use «» in handwriting. We use „” instead:
    Ah, I see. I didn't know that. Thank you. (I'm glad, because it's hard to write neatly :P )

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    Almost everyone who starts to learn Russian handwriting does it perfectly at the beginning, but when get fluent in writing, the font looks like arabic script!

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    Haha, I think that's true for any new writing system. At least we put effort in to begin :P Although I think cursive Russian is very pretty, so I hope my handwriting can stay mostly nice.

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    Actually it is pretty good.

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